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Renè Drouet, important set of six chairs in wood and white bouclé


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Important and Magnificent set six chairs designed by the great French interior designer Renè Drouet from the 1930s, specifically from 1938. The set is an important composition of chairs also published in the 1938 Asembles Mobiliers catalog. Their frame is lacquered wood, with a freshly refreshed seat and back in white bouclé. The restoration that has taken place has not affected the originality of the seat at all, and its original form and interior have not been altered. Of great thickness, the chairs have an innovative design with soft shapes and rounded lines. In fact it may look like a contemporary line, but the French designer through these forms clearly anticipated the times! It can also be traced back to an innovative Renè Drouet Art Deco line, where the black wood typical of French Art Deco, highlights the futuristic soft lines. Its armrests made of tubular wood with fabric cylinder hand rests create playful and harmonious plays. The chair set given its importance is perfect for complementing prestigious living rooms and are also suitable for contemporary living.
– Plaisir de France, July 1939, similar model p. 24
– Mobilier et Décoration, April 1939, similar model p. 117
– L’Arredamento Moderno, Second Series, R. Aloi, U. Hoepli Editore, 1939, similar model illustrated in No. 638


Height: 85 cm (33,5 in.)

Width: 60 cm (23,62 in.)

Depth: 62 cm (24,41 in.)

Seat High: 43 cm (16,9 in.)


Restored.In very good condition. May show slight scratches due to their age

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